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12 Feb 2016 at 3:27pm
The Rotoworld gang gathers for a mid-winter Dynasty mock before free agency and the Draft shake up the player pool.

12 Feb 2016 at 10:10am
Evan Silva lists notable Free Agents and breaks down Team Needs for all 32 NFL clubs entering the offseason.

12 Feb 2016 at 6:41am
Nick Mensio keeps track of every offseason transaction for all 32 teams.

9 Feb 2016 at 1:51pm
It's probably not fair to say the Denver Broncos' championship window was going to close, win or lose, after Super Bowl 50. But let's say that it was probably a good idea to beat the Carolina Panthers, just in case.† This will be a tricky offseason for Broncos general manager John Elway. He was very aggressive in trying to win a title before Peyton Manning retired. Mission accomplished. But making another run next season will be a challenge. The Broncos have a ton of questions to answer this offseason. Las Vegas oddsmakers don't have a ton of faith in the Broncos repeating. There were 11 teams with better odds to win Super Bowl LI than Denver (20-to-1) at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, as of Monday. All-world pass rusher and free agent-to-be Von Miller will get the franchise tag, but that will eat up a lot of cap room. We don't know who the quarterback will be ? it's probably going to be Brock Osweiler, but he was inconsistent and will get a huge pay bump. And if he hits free agency there's no guarantee he'll be back. There are a few teams who are desperate at quarterback. If Osweiler escapes and Manning retires as expected, things might get really scary in Denver. Assuming Miller gets the tag and/or a long-term deal, and Osweiler gets overpaid a bit to stay, that doesn't leave much for other free agents like defensive lineman Malik Jackson, linebackers Danny Trevathan, running back Ronnie Hillman and guard Evan Mathis. Linebacker Brandon Marshall and running back C.J. Anderson are restricted free agents. Veterans like guard Louis Vasquez and tackle Ryan Clady could get cut to clear up cap room. Pass rusher DeMarcus Ware might not survive Denver's offseason either, considering cutting him would save $10 million and the Broncos have young rushers Shane Ray and Shaq Barrett behind him. No matter which tough decisions Elway makes, this will be a much different roster next season. Elway has done a great job as a GM, and he'll do fine in reshaping Denver going forward. But you can't just pencil the Broncos in as the team to beat next season. Not yet, anyway. It's way, way too early to power rank all 32 teams for next season, but it's fun to try. These rankings will shift dramatically once we get through free agency and the draft, so take them for what they're worth. Consider these power rankings a snapshot as we head into the offseason (and next to each team's name are the early odds to win Super Bowl LI from the Hard Rock in Vegas): 32. Cleveland Browns (100-to-1) Maybe Josh Gordon comes back and can finally be trusted. Maybe the quarterback the Browns take second overall will be the right guy, finally. Hue Jackson was definitely a good hire for them. But there's a long, long way to go. 31. Tennessee Titans (75-to-1) The Mike Mularkey hiring might end up going wire to wire as the strangest move of the offseason . But the Titans do have a very promising quarterback in Marcus Mariota and have the No. 1 pick. They should be better. They won't be good, just better. 30. Jacksonville Jaguars (50-to-1) Win totals the last five years: 5, 2, 4, 3, 5. Sure, the offense looked better, but Blake Bortles still needs to show some consistency. It's hard to trust them to make a huge leap yet, considering they've been so bad for so long. 29. San Francisco 49ers (50-to-1) This Colin Kaepernick-Jets talk gives us something to discuss this offseason, but it's not like he's a free agent and it's not like the Jets seem all that interested. So there's that. Kaepernick had a bad 2015 and he has a $16 million cap hit for 2016, but it would be foolish for the 49ers to cut him now. They have plenty of cap space, and $16 million is a relatively small investment to see if Kaepernick can blossom with Chip Kelly. 28. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (55-to-1)

8 Feb 2016 at 5:56am
Nick Mensio keeps track of all the reserve/future contracts signed around the NFL.

7 Feb 2016 at 11:01pm
If Peyton Manning wants to walk off into the sunset, he can do it with his head held high ? and as a Super Bowl champion for the second time. But it's not as if Manning was the reason the Denver Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50. In fact, you can't even say Manning managed the game, really. After all, he turned the ball over twice ? once with a telegraphed interception to a defensive lineman in the red zone. Here's a look at Manning's statistical work stacked up next to some of the other Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks who had less-than-sterling statistics in their teams' victories: Quarterback Team Super Bowl Comp Att Yards TD INT Other Peyton Manning Denver Broncos 50 13 23 141 0 1 5 sacks, 1 fumble lost Ben Roethlisberger Pittsburgh Steelers 40 9 21 123 0 2 1 sack, rushing TD Trent Dilfer Baltimore Ravens 35 12 25 153 1 0 3 sacks, 1 fumble John Elway Denver Broncos 32 12 22 123 0 1 1 rush TD Jim Plunkett Oakland Raiders 18 16 25 172 1 0 † Joe Theismann Washington Redskins 17 15 23 143 2 2 3 sacks Terry Bradshaw Pittsburgh Steelers 9 9 14 96 1 0 † Bob Griese Miami Dolphins 8 6 7 73 0 0 † Bob Griese Miami Dolphins 7 8 11 88 1 1 † Johnny Unitas, Earl Morrall Baltimore Colts 5 10 24 235 1 3 2 fumbles Joe Namath New York Jets 3 17 28 206 0 0 Super Bowl MVP Defense won this game for the Broncos, just like the defenses of the Steelers and Ravens won their respective bowls, for sure. Roethlisberger is a great quarterback, no doubt, but he played a poor game this particular Super Bowl ? it just wasn't his day. The difference with Manning, more like that of Dilfer, is that his team has expected this level of performance most of the season. The formula didn't change all that much. How's this for weird: Pair up the stats from Elway's first Super Bowl win and those of Manning on Sunday. Very similar passing numbers. Of course, Manning didn't have a rushing TD, nor did he execute a really cool helicopter run. So he's got that working against him. It's also crazy to look back in the 1970s Super Bowls and see the string of single-digit completion games by winning quarterbacks. Unitas was knocked out of Super Bowl V, replaced by Morrall, and neither were effective in the game known as the "Blunder Bowl" ? a 16-13 victory against the Dallas Cowboys. That game, with 11 turnovers, was probably the closest thing we've seen to Super Bowl 50 and its slew of mistakes and sloppy play. (Namath's game was included more for fun than anything. He wasn't bad; he wasn't great. He was good enough, and teammate Nat Snell was far more deserving of the MVP honors. But Snell didn't sit by a pool and make a cool, shirtless guarantee.) Is Manning the worst? The five sacks don't look good for sure, but Roethlisberger's game still is more of an eyesore. Of course, those are two two-time Super Bowl winners we're talking about. Winning ugly is better than losing pretty, right? ?

6 Feb 2016 at 8:03pm
SAN FRANCISCO ? The Pro Football Hall of Fame voters meet the day before the Super Bowl, hear presentations for each of the finalists, then vote. Pete Dougherty of the Green Bay Press-Gazette presented former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre. Dougherty's presentation took six seconds.

6 Feb 2016 at 11:56am
Cam Newton and the rest of his ''Dabbin''' dancing, selfie-with-the-clock-still-running Carolina Panthers will try to avoid the same fate the 2007 Patriots or the 1968 Colt, teams whose seemingly inevitable coronation instead turned into a crowning moment for the underdog. Don Shula's first truly great team came four years before he led the Miami Dolphins to perfection. With the Green Bay Packers dynasty in its twilight, the Colts picked up the mantle of NFL's best and ran with it.

6 Feb 2016 at 1:30am
The first wild-card team to win the Super Bowl, the Raiders spent most of the year as a mistake-prone offensive mess. Oakland turned it over 44 times and finished 16th in total yards. Jim Plunkett completed just 51 percent of his passes and had 16 interceptions to go with 18 touchdown passes.

5 Feb 2016 at 1:25pm
The face of most successful NFL teams nowadays is the quarterback, so it should come as no surprise that seven of the past eight league MVPs played that position.

4 Feb 2016 at 1:41am
Last year's Super Bowl is best remembered for a team's unsuccessful decision to throw on what appeared to be an obvious running down near the goal line, the sort of thing that maybe shouldn't surprise anyone, given the emphasis on passing in today's NFL.

3 Feb 2016 at 5:32pm
San Josť (United States) (AFP) - Scotland-born Graham Gano says he would relish the pressure of having to kick a Super Bowl-winning field goal after a season where rule changes made his unerring accuracy with the boot more valuable than ever. The Carolina Panthers star is aiming to become the second Scottish kicker to win the Super Bowl in the past decade following the double success of the New York Giants' Lawrence Tynes in 2007 and 2011. Gano spent six years in Scotland before returning as a child to the United States, where he has lived ever since.

3 Feb 2016 at 11:09am
The National Football League?s Rams left behind more than bitterness when the team ditched St. Louis for Los Angeles last month - it left a stadium saddled with about $144 million in debt and maintenance costs. Taxpayers will now shoulder the remaining payments for the Edward Jones Dome with only the help of revenue from tractor pulls, volleyball tournaments, concerts and the like. St. Louis Board of Aldermen President Lewis Reed has asked the NFL to help pay off the stadium, but so far has gotten no response.

2 Feb 2016 at 8:45pm
San Josť (United States) (AFP) - Carolina Panthers star Cam Newton on Tuesday downplayed the significance of being only the sixth black quarterback in history to start a Super Bowl, insisting he wanted to be judged on his achievements as an athlete and role model. The 26-year-old favorite for this season's National Football League MVP title ignited a firestorm of debate last week by a comment which implied his critics were unnerved by his race as much as his skillset. "I'm an African-American quarterback that scares people because they haven't seen nothing that they can compare me to," said Newton, whose exuberant touchdown celebration displays have divided opinion this season.

2 Feb 2016 at 6:40pm
Pop star and actress Lady Gaga will sing The Star-Spangled Banner before Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, the NFL and CBS announced. Academy Award-winning actress Marlee Matlin will perform the anthem in American Sign Language. - - - Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay would like to sign quarterback Andrew Luck to a contract extension before next season and thinks there's a strong possibility that it could happen.

12 Feb 2016 at 10:10am
Evan Silva lists notable Free Agents and breaks down Team Needs for all 32 NFL clubs entering the offseason.

12 Feb 2016 at 9:38am
Matt Forte wanted to return to the Chicago Bears. He wasn't in the team's plans. So with that, Forte will move on. He was scheduled to be a free agent and the team told him this week that it won't attempt to re-sign him, Forte said on his Instagram account. He announced that his time with the Bears is done and thanked the fans:

12 Feb 2016 at 6:41am
Nick Mensio keeps track of every offseason transaction for all 32 teams.

11 Feb 2016 at 4:50pm
ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) -- The Detroit Lions have signed linebacker Jerry Franklin.

11 Feb 2016 at 2:26pm
Personal seat license sales for the Atlanta Falcons' new stadium have surpassed expectations set by the firm handling the process for the team. Michael Drake, vice president of the Legends Global Sales firm handling the PSL process for the team, said the first-year results surpassed expectations based on his previous projects with the San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys. ''Coming from these other projects, you have some guesses or projections of where we'll end up in the relocation process,'' Drake said.

11 Feb 2016 at 10:33am
If you ever wondered who the NFL's most powerful owner is, ESPN.com's behind-the-scenes story about the league's relocation to Los Angeles is a good place to start. The answer, if you didn't know it already, is that Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones likely finishes first in the owner power rankings. The ESPN report makes it clear that he was the most influential of the league's owners in making sure Rams owner Stan Kroenke's plan to move to Inglewood was the winner, even though that was up in the air until the last minute. The entire story, written by Seth Wickersham and Don Van Natta, is worth your time if you care about what happens among the power brokers in the NFL. It's a complex story of alliances, double-crosses, hurt feelings and suspicions of league favoritism. It paints Kroenke as the aggressor in the L.A. story, and San Diego Chargers CEO Dean Spanos as the league loyalist who got the short end of the stick. And Jones, it appears, had a huge say in steering the league toward the Inglewood plan that Kroenke had. The story places the "new money" owners, led by Jones, on the side of the Inglewood plan and Kroenke. The "old money" owners wanted Carson, and Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson lobbied for that, going as far as flying to meet with some owners privately to garner support. Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger was brought in to run the Carson project, after Richardson met and talked with him a few times. The owners thought Iger's involvement might offset Kroenke's money, the ESPN story said. Meanwhile, Jones was on the side of the Inglewood project and worked the phones with owners to pitch the idea of the Rams and Chargers sharing a stadium there. That would place the Chargers as the Rams' tenants, basically. Jones encouraged Kroenke to pledge to allow a partner in the new stadium, which he did, ESPN said.

9 Feb 2016 at 1:51pm
It's probably not fair to say the Denver Broncos' championship window was going to close, win or lose, after Super Bowl 50. But let's say that it was probably a good idea to beat the Carolina Panthers, just in case.† This will be a tricky offseason for Broncos general manager John Elway. He was very aggressive in trying to win a title before Peyton Manning retired. Mission accomplished. But making another run next season will be a challenge. The Broncos have a ton of questions to answer this offseason. Las Vegas oddsmakers don't have a ton of faith in the Broncos repeating. There were 11 teams with better odds to win Super Bowl LI than Denver (20-to-1) at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, as of Monday. All-world pass rusher and free agent-to-be Von Miller will get the franchise tag, but that will eat up a lot of cap room. We don't know who the quarterback will be ? it's probably going to be Brock Osweiler, but he was inconsistent and will get a huge pay bump. And if he hits free agency there's no guarantee he'll be back. There are a few teams who are desperate at quarterback. If Osweiler escapes and Manning retires as expected, things might get really scary in Denver. Assuming Miller gets the tag and/or a long-term deal, and Osweiler gets overpaid a bit to stay, that doesn't leave much for other free agents like defensive lineman Malik Jackson, linebackers Danny Trevathan, running back Ronnie Hillman and guard Evan Mathis. Linebacker Brandon Marshall and running back C.J. Anderson are restricted free agents. Veterans like guard Louis Vasquez and tackle Ryan Clady could get cut to clear up cap room. Pass rusher DeMarcus Ware might not survive Denver's offseason either, considering cutting him would save $10 million and the Broncos have young rushers Shane Ray and Shaq Barrett behind him. No matter which tough decisions Elway makes, this will be a much different roster next season. Elway has done a great job as a GM, and he'll do fine in reshaping Denver going forward. But you can't just pencil the Broncos in as the team to beat next season. Not yet, anyway. It's way, way too early to power rank all 32 teams for next season, but it's fun to try. These rankings will shift dramatically once we get through free agency and the draft, so take them for what they're worth. Consider these power rankings a snapshot as we head into the offseason (and next to each team's name are the early odds to win Super Bowl LI from the Hard Rock in Vegas): 32. Cleveland Browns (100-to-1) Maybe Josh Gordon comes back and can finally be trusted. Maybe the quarterback the Browns take second overall will be the right guy, finally. Hue Jackson was definitely a good hire for them. But there's a long, long way to go. 31. Tennessee Titans (75-to-1) The Mike Mularkey hiring might end up going wire to wire as the strangest move of the offseason . But the Titans do have a very promising quarterback in Marcus Mariota and have the No. 1 pick. They should be better. They won't be good, just better. 30. Jacksonville Jaguars (50-to-1) Win totals the last five years: 5, 2, 4, 3, 5. Sure, the offense looked better, but Blake Bortles still needs to show some consistency. It's hard to trust them to make a huge leap yet, considering they've been so bad for so long. 29. San Francisco 49ers (50-to-1) This Colin Kaepernick-Jets talk gives us something to discuss this offseason, but it's not like he's a free agent and it's not like the Jets seem all that interested. So there's that. Kaepernick had a bad 2015 and he has a $16 million cap hit for 2016, but it would be foolish for the 49ers to cut him now. They have plenty of cap space, and $16 million is a relatively small investment to see if Kaepernick can blossom with Chip Kelly. 28. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (55-to-1)

















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